Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing

Overview of Services

The purpose of the Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing (MCAM) is to take fundamental research from a broad range of disciplines and apply them to manufacturing challenges. These disciplines include material science, alloy design and processing, surface engineering, corrosion and hybrid materials.


The Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing takes the most recent discoveries in alloy and metallurgical science and explore ways to apply them in real world applications – working with partners who need stronger, lighter, more cost effective components. Our global aerospace industry partnerships are profiting from their relationship with us, as we:

  • Provide bespoke solutions
  • Manufacture new designs and complex geometries
  • Produce new materials with improved balanced properties to achieve higher fuel efficiency and performance
  • Increase their global competitiveness
  • Design new processes to reduce manufacturing waste
  • Create supply chain value

Leadership

Prof. Xinhua Wu

Director, xinhua.wu@monash.edu

Assoc Prof. Aijun Huang

Platform Manager, aijun.huang@monash.edu

 

Dr. Tom Jarvis

Operations Manager, tom.jarvis@monash.edu

Mr. John Shurvinton

Facilities Manager, john.shurvinton@monash.edu 

Mr. Bryce Melville

Research Tech. Officer, bryce.melville@monash.edu

Location and hours of operation

Hours Location

9am-5pm Mon-Fri 

9am-5pm Mon-Fri

9am-5pm Mon-Fri

11 Normanby Rd, Notting Hill, VIC 3168 

13 Normanby Rd, Notting Hill, VIC 3168 

15-17 Normanby Rd, Notting Hill, VIC 3168 

Links and Resources

  1. Monash Centre for Additive Manufacturing Platform Website

Contacts

Name Role Phone Email Location
Tom Jarvis
Operations Manager
 

 
tom.jarvis@monash.edu
 
MCAM Building 235B
 
John Shurvinton
Facilities Manger
 

 
john.shurvinton@monash.edu
 
MCAM Building 235B
 
Bryce Melville
Research Tech. Officer
 

 
Bryce.Melville@monash.edu
 
MCAM Building 235B